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  • Grundig GUD300HD and Goodmans GBD300HD digital TV set-top boxes

    Grundig and Goodmans have both unveiled digital set-top boxes that support Freeview's high definition service.

  • Soyntec Wiffinder 410 Executive Case

    More and more of us are logging on to the internet from cafés, hotels and airports. But trying to find a 'usable' signal in a hot spot area can be a bit of a chore. It's frustrating powering up your notebook only to find the available signal isn't good enough.

  • Clever Peg Wi-Fi rain-checker

    Firebox has launched a new type of Wi-Fi dongle - the Clever Peg. The pen-sized gadget has a built-in receiver that communicates with your iPhone.

  • TomTom Start2 and XL IQ Routes Edition2 satnav

    TomTom has unveiled updated versions of its Start and the XL IQ Routes personal satnav devices. TomTom says navigation using the £119 Start2 and TomTom XL IQ Routes Edition2 devices will make easier than ever. 

  • Packard Bell Studio ST USB hard drive

    Packard Bell has recently announced a new USB 2.0 hard drive. The Packard Bell Studio ST is a distinctive-looking device designed to store multimedia files rather than mere spreadsheets.

  • Revo Heritage Deluxe DAB Table Radio

    Revo has come up with a solidly-reassuring, wood-surround DAB digital radio that combines the best of modern technology with the durable build quality of radio's golden years.

  • gear4 StreetParty 4 iPhone/iPod speaker

    gear4 has unveiled StreetParty 4 - its latest portable iPod and iPhone speaker.

  • NU DCK001 netbook docking station

    Netbooks have really caught the imagination, but for all their low cost and light weight convenience, they have their limitations. Chief among these is the lack of an optical drive on which to play DVDs or to install programs.

  • Popcorn Hour C-200 Media Tank

    The prize for bizarrest product title around this week goes to AdvancedMP3Players which has started selling a network media player known as the Popcorn Hour C-200 Media Tank.

  • Riiflex dumbells for the Nintendo Wii

    Want to lose weight and tone up when using your Nintendo Wii console? These dumb bells from Riiflex could be just the thing.

  • MiLi iPhone and iPod Projector

    The £299 MiLi iPhone Projector adds a projector and speakers to an iPod touch or iPhone and is able to beam an image or video stored on the device on to a convenient wall, creating a display up to 70cm across.

  • sWaP Active water-resistant watch phone

    sWaP has unveiled a water-resistant version of its watch phone. Intended to appeal to outdoor enthusiasts, the sWAP Active is designed to withstand extremes of weather despite its inclusion of high-tech parts including a 1.5in touchscreen. 

  • Video: Samsung Wave - first look

    Samsung kicked off this year's Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona on Sunday by unveiling Wave.

  • Freeloader Pico solar-powered gadget charger

    Freeloader's latest solar-powered charger, the Pico, is a super-slim 12mm thick and weighs just 49 grammes. The Freeloader Pico is also very fast at charging gadgets: half an hour of charge is enough to fully power up many items. 

  • Interactive Conga T-Shirt with built-in speaker

    Frustrated drummers who are always to be found tapping along to the radio on whatever surface they find - a desk, their thighs or even the kitchen sink - can find some solace with the Interactive Conga T-shirt. 

  • ION U Record video converter

    If your videocassettes are busy collecting dust while they sit piled in the corner waiting for a blue moon to appear and an opportunity to show them to present itself, the ION U-Record could be the ideal excuse to rescue them. 

  • Griffin Apple iPad cases

    The Apple Pad was only unveiled this week, but Griffin Technology is already launching a range of cases to protect the new slate PC.

  • BeBook NEO e-book reader

    BeBook has launched a new e-book reader that is both touch-enabled and has Wi-Fi. The NEO can even be used for basic web surfing, extending its BeBook predecessors' capabilities beyond pure digital page provision.

  • Yike Bike electric bike

    Electric bikes have been around for years but are only just getting to the stage when they can be made light enough and inexpensively enough to have mass appeal.

  • Proporta Union Jack leather iPhone case

    If you see your gadgetry as an extension of your personality, the brash design of this Union Jack iPod leather case may be just your sort of thing.



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